New ways of living, learning
FUTURIST group Enkel, along with The Vic Park Collective, have launched the Vic Park MiniLab for workshops and events.
Enkel, which originated in Fremantle, provides workshops and learning services where individuals and organisations can experiment with new ways of learning, making, living and working.
“We are excited about this residency in Vic Park where the community are already inspired to think and live socially and innovatively,” Enkel director Adam Jorlen said.
The Vic Park Collective chairwoman Nora Beahan said it would be a fantastic partnership.
“Joining with Enkel at the Vic Park MiniLab is a fantastic partnership,” she said. “We can work together to create new ideas and events and take on some bigger projects to make Vic Park uniquely awesome.”
An Enkel workshop in progress.